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Monday, November 28, 2011

Best Christmas lights in Howard County

It is the season to see the best decorated homes in Howard County.  It used to be the Colby's house in Owen Brown but since the Colby's sold their house a few years ago the new title goes to Chuck Daniels in the Beaverbrook neighborhood.  If you haven't seen it  yet it is worth the drive to check it out.  The address is 5034 Durham Rd E in Beaverbrook not too far off Route 108.  After retiring from work programming computers for lottery systems Chuck decided to walk the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trails. But when October comes Chuck starts to prepare his Holiday almost 200,000 lights show.

If you know of any other homes to see comment below

P.S.
The Poinsettia Tree in the Columbia Mall is one of those Columbia traditions that GGP found out the hard way when it tried to do away with it in 2007.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

When does he turn the lights on?

duanestclair said...

The lights should be on every night till Christmas from dark till about 9 pm

Anonymous said...

THese are the best lights in the area. Kudos to this man; he brings so much joy to neighbors every year. Can't believe at his age that he still can bless us with this beautiful display again this year.

Anonymous said...

GGP were so ignorant to remove the Poinsettia Tree in the Columbia Mall in 2007. They didn't listen to the people. Glad that Columbia tradition is back. Traditions like that make the holidays so much more special.

Anonymous said...

Deepage & Rustling Leaf near Hopewell pool. A town of inflatables!